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Let's Go Bananas

Fresh and enlivening. This banana cocktail is a delight and makes for a great and most unusual aperitivo. Be sure your bananas are ripe/overripe - you'll

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Pastis Whisky Sour

Pastis adds a pleasing hint of anise and liquorice to a classic Whisky Sour.

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Smoky island malts tamed by the Christmas pudding flavours of Pedro Ximénez with pastis adding notes of enlivening anise. To quote Ruby's menu, An unabashedly

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Sage Sazerac

Subtle notes of pine, pastis and sage combine in this pre-dinner sipper of a cocktail.

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José Marti Especial

Aniseed and clove delicately influence this complex riff on a classic Daiquiri.

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French Pearl

Lime and minty freshness with gin's botanical complexity along with subtle but assertive anise notes. Appropriately, the finished drink has an almost pearl-like

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Complex balance of anise, almond and liquorice.

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Fen Ella

Fennel and pastis freshen and delicately flavour Scotch with the merest hint of apple. Best made by infusing the fennel with the scotch whisky for a week

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The traditional French café drink with a twist of lemon sweetness

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La Feuille Morte

A traditional French way to serve pastis.

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Riviera Breeze

An aniseed-rich summertime cooler.

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La Momie

Pronounced 'Mom-Ee', this shot is very popular in the South of France.

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The traditional French café drink with a hint of sweet mint.

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The traditional aniseed and liquorice French café drink with a sweet hint of fruit.

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Damien Guichard says of his drink, Amandita is inspired by a light French aperitif called a Mauresque, which traditionally combines orgeat, pastis and

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